US Indoor Commercial Shooting Range Targeting Products Launched

Spire Ranges has launched a new variety of shooting and range design equipment on its online store. They provide military, government agencies, and commercial lanes with cutting-edge products.

Springville, United States - September 30, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Spire Ranges, based in Springville, Utah, have launched a new range of marksman training and shooting range products on their online store. They have developed a reputation for excellence and offer cutting-edge products for military, first responders, and more.

Full details can be found at:

The expert team at Spire Ranges builds indoor shooting ranges and commercial shooting ranges with next-generation equipment and products. They design and maintain bespoke ranges for military, government agencies, commercial and private live fire training facilities.

With the ongoing pandemic still affecting families and communities across the US, demand for shooting practice has risen dramatically. Spire Ranges helps to meet this demand with cutting-edge technology and the latest in product design.

Spire Ranges offer purpose-built products designed with optimal utility, efficiency and effectiveness in mind. Their products are used to train first responders for when their life and the lives of the general public are on the line.

With this in mind, the company continues to evolve and innovate with products created with an emphasis on ergonomic and sleek finishes. Their full range of products includes target systems, range controls, containment, and shooting stalls.

Target systems include Command Recon, Command Urban, Command Fury, Command Bridger, Command Stryker, and Command Treadwell. They also offer modern and intuitive range control systems with user-friendly design. These come with pre-loaded activities and courses, touch-screen interfaces, and a bespoke operating system for a quality user experience.

Fully customizable shooting stalls are also available. These range from solid core privacy to ballistic clearview glass, custom branding colorways and more. Furthermore, there are optional extensions that minimize the effects of muzzle blast at the firing line and ensure a more comfortable experience.

The company states: “Our shooting stalls are purposefully designed with multiple mounting heights for target touch screen controls to allow for wheelchair accessibility at any range.”

A gallery is provided on site to give customers inspiration and guidance in their quest for the ideal shooting range design.

Full details of the newly updated store can be found on the URL above. Additional details are provided at:

Contact Info:
Name: Quin Seamons
Email: Send Email
Organization: Spire Ranges
Address: 2277 W 700 S, Springville, Utah 84663, United States
Phone: +1-800-761-1231

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88979031

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